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. the head of the u.s. labor department pays a visittit howard couuty. megan gilliland joneses live with the latest on what she had to say about the state of the economy on this labor day. good orning, megan. >> reporter: on the weekend we honor working americans. the u.s. department of labor secretary, hilga s lis so lis is visiting the hardest workers in america.3 the unemployment stands at a low 557%. across the country it's higher. the attst figures showiig 9.6% of americans are without jobs. while the numbers are grim, ss lis says the conomm is moving forward. >> we have created in the last eight months on aa average 90,000 months with job. in the last 22 months when bush -as president there was no job growth. that's a big difference. >> on fox news sunday, republican senator, john mccain blaated that the argument, saying that the economic other policies have failed and more people are unemployed out in that than what the stimulus package was passed. >>> the secretary will hee head3 milwaukee joining president obama to peak there. >>>>we want to now what you think, is the
you. joining us now is labor of secretary hilda solis. madame secretary, good morning. >> good morning. happy labor day. >> indeed. although a lot of people wish there were more jobs out there. unemployment numbers stuck in the nines, tens of millions of people who have stopped looking for work. any good news on the job front this morning? >> look back eight months and we have actually added about 90,000 private sector jobs each month. when the president took office, remember, we were losing well over 700,000 and 600,000 jobs. i would tell you the course and path we're taking is on target. the president today will talk about infrastructure projects that put construction workers, electricians, welders back to work, and engineers, folks that have been unemployed for a long time. that's something that we -- i believe will get bipartisan support on. >> but the problem is, with some of the growth we have seen, has not been in manufacturing jobs but has been in service sector jobs. the people who need the work the most are the people who have the least amount of education. where are these jo
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to join us. >>> not too earll with the raven's countdown. >> we're already thinking about the avens, jet game. >>> nnver too early to start ú%lking about fall, and cool start for ome this morninn. 53 degrees at hagerstown but 66 innbaltimoreeis not too bad. we will see the temperatures climb nicelyytoday into the low 80s and as yyu can see sky hd radar not revealing anything but clear skies, and looking good. the bigger picture is showing showers up in the midwest that issarr going to steer to the north and east of us. 78 degrees t midday temperature starting at 57. we will liib at the 84-degree mark at 4 or 5:00 in the afternoonnevening and drrp back %-we havv weather for you as far as the baltimore orioles forecast, too, coming up in just a little bii. right now let's senn it back to you. patrice. >>> 5:31 on fox 45 early edition. -he u.s. department of labor secretary makes a special visit to our region, visiting hard working americans in howard county this labor day weeeend. megan gilliland has the latest on what she had to say about the state of economy. good morning, megan. >>
for the search on idol. >>. >>> if you send us a resume with a microsoft word attachment, we call you to come in and tape a 20-second video pitch. we'll put it on air and online at abc2news.com. send us your resume. we'll be right back. >>> good morning, we begin your moneyscope report with president obama looking to boost the economy. the president will ask congress to increase a business research tax credit and make it people's exhibit. corporate tax breaks would end to pay for the ten-year $100 billion plan. >>> the administration is also launching a major mortgage relief program, focuses on reducing the mortgages of homeowners who owe more than their houses are actually worth. mark hurd may join software maker oracle. amid allegations he falsified expense reports and settled a sexual harassment case. >>> the american is number one in the box office this weekend. took in $13 million from friday through sunday. that's your moneyscope report, i'm rob nelson. >>> we've all fallen for it. deceptive ads that lure you in with big promises and low prices. >> joce sterman has more to help you see
. we had earl on friday skim us across ocean city. all in all, we'll have a beautiful day. it's going to linger. lovely labor day. ample sunshine will continue, warming air will come back by mid-week. we'll cool that down by the end of the week. we have a roller coaster ride through the end of the week. maryland's most powerful radar, we're high and dry, will stay that way through the next few days. all five sweeps are on as of now. your 12-hour forecast, i think you'll like it. waking up this morning at 69 degrees. by lunch time, around 79. still mostly sunny, that will continue into the afternoon. i have something you can do today. eat your lunch outdoors. i like that, i'm going to do that. by evening time, temperatures will be in the 60s, nice and pleasant all day long. that trend will continue for the next several days. >>> on this labor day, it's the number of people out of work that's capturing headlines. later today, the president's going to announce his newest plan to jump start our economy. as emily schmitt tells us, observers can't help but note that the talk comes three wee
's not the same as it used to be where you would just send in a resume and somebody would contact you. you don't even hear from anybody. >> reporter: secretary solis says 90,000 jobs have been created over the past 8 months, but congress needs to be more supportive of small businesses. >> the real incentive is to create jobs, tax breaks for small businesses. entrepreneurs who actually hire people. the federal government doesn't hire people it's small businesses and those businesses that know that that's the engine of growth. >> reporter: and debbie reed has create a small business she teaches a coupon place to help people save money. her mom went back to school. being unemployed has led both of them to tap into some untouched skills. cheryl connora connor, abc news. they are >> the president is scheduled to stop in cleveland on wednesday where he'll unveil more proposals for economic recovery. >>> abc 2 news wants to help you get back to work log on to our web site at abc2news.com and click on the back to work tab under the money section. there you'll find information on searching for wo
captains says that the surf calmed down after several waves caused by hurricane earl. days after the u.s. officially ends the combat mission in iraq, the u.s. troops battle militants in bag dad. troops were attacked by gunmen in broad daylight. the soldiers provided cover fire to repel the attack. 12 were killed and the mission ended a week ago. >>> investigators looking into the gulf oil spill can examine an important pete of evidence. the blow outpreventer raised from the ocean floor is in the hands of the investigators. her's the report on the answers it could provide. >> reporter: federal agents took control of a key piece of equipment in the nation's history. the blow out preventer could provide answers to what happened on the deep water horizon. a methane gas bubble exploded and the blow out preventer didn't prevent the blow out by sealing the pipe as it was supposed to. as a result, 200 million- gallons of oil spewed into the gulf. it's not clear why the equipment failed. >> i think these guys, they deserve this. we need to find out for them and their memories and for the industry
the prospect of masses losses in december, and the democrats issued a stress call, send us michelle. with prospects getting worse by the day, they asked again, and this time the answer was yes. details are still up in the air. but aides stress even on the political hostings mrs. obama will not go on the attack. >> the risk is she could be seen as polarizing and partisan, and that could hurt her because she has tried hard to remain above the frey in advocating for her causes. >> she is not immune to criticism. she hit the hits for traveling with her daughter to a posh spot this summer. but this fall, a popular mrs. obama will add to her two roles of mother and advocate with a third. >> with your help in unwavering support -- >> a political campaigner. >> they looked at her and like her a great deal, and my guess is the president would swap favorable ratings with his wife in a heartbeat. >> that was mike viqueira reporting. >>> a day after craig's list shut down the adult services there is still no word on whether the move is permanent. it has come under fire for the adult section wit
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